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To say political engagement varies in the United States would be putting it mildly. Just 58.2 percent of eligible Americans voted in the 2012 presidential election. So while some Americans attend political rallies, follow the debates and place signs on their front lawns, over 40 percent of Americans aren’t engaged enough to fill out a ballot.

That said, those who do love politics—and especially those who support particular candidates—will behave much differently. They’ll carefully review ideologies, laws the candidate passed, and study votes on measures and defend their expertise leading up to the primary and general elections.

To add to the flurry of interest around the 2016 presidential candidates, Credio looked into each candidate’s investments to see which mutual funds match their financial philosophies. All candidates for federal office are legally required to share their financial records with the United States Office of Government Ethics.

From those disclosures, we matched candidates to either funds that feature high percentages of stocks they hold, stocks of companies they worked for, industries they support or funds they’re invested in themselves. Fans of these candidates could go all the way in their support by investing in a fund that matches their candidate of choice.

Candidates not included lacked sufficient information to select a fund.

Donald Trump – CGM Realty

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Current value of $10,000 invested in 2005: $26,767
Ten-Year Annualized Return: 10.35%
Net Assets: $1.23 Billion
Investment Style: Real Estate

Business mogul and presidential candidate Donald Trump, R, earned his fortune as a real estate developer, so we selected a top-performing real estate fund to mimic his investment philosophy.

Bernie Sanders – TIAA-CREF Social Choice Equity

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Current value of $10,000 invested in 2005: $20,153
Ten-Year Annualized Return: 7.26%
Net Assets: $2.77 Billion
Investment Style: Large Blend

Former senator Bernie Sanders, D-Vt., holds a number of socially responsible funds. TICRX is a top-performing fund in this category.

Rand Paul – American Century Heritage

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Current value of $10,000 invested in 2005: $30,269
Ten-Year Annualized Return: 11.71%
Net Assets: $5.93 Billion
Investment Style: Mid-Cap Growth

Among investments in Vanguard and Janus funds, as well as USAA, ProFunds, Rydex and Upromise Investments Inc., Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., invests in American Century funds, as well. TWHIX is its top-performing fund.

Rick Perry – Integrity Williston Basin/Mid-North America Stock

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Current value of $10,000 invested in 2005: $16,885
Ten-Year Annualized Return: 5.38%
Net Assets: $805 Million
Investment Style: Equity Energy

Governor Rick Perry, R-Tex., heavily invests in energy funds, so we selected a top-performing energy mutual fund to mirror his investment philosophy.

Hillary Clinton – Vanguard 500 Index

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Current value of $10,000 invested in 2005: $20,807
Ten-Year Annualized Return: 7.60%
Net Assets: $215 Billion
Investment Style: Large Blend

As noted in our article regarding Hillary Clinton’s, D, investments, she keeps between $5 million and $25 million in VFINX.

Ben Carson – Lee Financial Tactical

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Current value of $10,000 invested in 2005: $10,000
Ten-Year Annualized Return:
Net Assets: $49.6 Million
Investment Style: Tactical Allocation

Ben Carson, R, has investments in Kellogg, Costco and Fox News. LOVIX holds an abnormally high percentage of Costco stock.

Ted Cruz – Vanguard Energy Index

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Current value of $10,000 invested in 2005: $19,410
Ten-Year Annualized Return: 6.86%
Net Assets: $5.02 Billion
Investment Style: Equity Energy

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, has millions in fossil fuel investments. Vanguard Energy Index is a top-performing fund in this industry.

Chris Christie – Prudential Jennison Small Company

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Current value of $10,000 invested in 2005: $25,462
Ten-Year Annualized Return: 9.80%
Net Assets: $3.72 Billion
Investment Style: Small Growth

Governor Chris Christie, R-N.J., allegedly paid $6.5 million in taxpayer fees to Prudential Financial. This money manager was investing New Jersey’s pension funds, according to International Business Times. Prudential Jennison Small Company is one of its top-performing funds.

Bobby Jindal – BlackRock Basic Value

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Current value of $10,000 invested in 2005: $19,854
Ten-Year Annualized Return: 7.10%
Net Assets: $4.22 Billion
Investment Style: Large Value

In his Louisiana Board of Ethics financial disclosure statement, Gov. Bobby Jindal, R-La., named numerous mutual funds he earned dividends on in 2014. He earned the most on BlackRock Basic Value.

Mike Huckabee – T. Rowe Price Media and Telecommunications

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Current value of $10,000 invested in 2005: $38,917
Ten-Year Annualized Return: 14.56%
Net Assets: $3.41 Billion
Investment Style: Communications

Former governor Mike Huckabee, R-Ark., disclosed ownership of a media business in his FEC financial statement. T. Rowe Price Media and Telecommunications is a top-performing, media-focused fund.

Jim Webb – AMG Managers Real Estate Securities

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Current value of $10,000 invested in 2005: $21,616
Ten-Year Annualized Return: 8.01%
Net Assets: $343 Million
Investment Style: Real Estate

Former senator Jim Webb, D-Va., made his wealth in real estate investing. AMG Managers Real Estate Securities is a fund in that category.

Lincoln Chafee – MassMutual Select Focused Value

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Current value of $10,000 invested in 2005: $25,359
Ten-Year Annualized Return: 9.75%
Net Assets: $944 Million
Investment Style: Large Blend

The trust of former governor, senator and mayor Lincoln Chafee, D-R.I., is heavily allocated toward Amazon, Intel and AH Belo holdings, reports The Wall Street Journal. MMFYX has a high percentage of Amazon (AMZN) and Intel (INTC) stock.

Carly Fiorina – Fidelity Select Computers Portfolio

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Current value of $10,000 invested in 2005: $23,877
Ten-Year Annualized Return: 9.09%
Net Assets: $607 Million
Investment Style: Technology

Carly Fiorina, R, was the chief executive officer at Hewlett-Packard from 1999 to 2004. FDCPX has a high percentage of Hewlett-Packard stock.